On 5 April 2011 11:47, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 12:17, Aleksey Miklin <Aleksey.Miklin_at_transas.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the detailed explanation. Let's do not further mind the phrase (about difficalty of implementation) that abruptly changed the direction of the discussion - this seems to be said hastily.
>> What about the feature itself? Have anyone an idea whether the requirements are correct and full? Is it possible to improve the requirements? Recall that the main idea was to emulate the feature 'Show labels in history of item' in VSS to view product version labels in the history of any item.
> I'm missing something very important: you never mentioned how the UI
> would look like. For example: where would a user specify the other
> And I'm starting to think that it's not really the log dialog you want
> but the revision graph of the item. In there, you can also show all
> revisions (not just the copy revs) and also see the log messages.
I can see the use for this in the log dialog, having originally come
from VSS myself. One thing I find missing in SVN is the lack of
forward copy history, so if you look through the history of a file you
can't see the points at which you took tags, or changed a version
number header. Interleaving the history of the version file or the
tags directory would solve this.
But like you I don't see a good way of producing a UI. I guess you
could set a tsvn:log-interleave folder property which tells you the
URL to get the log for. That is probably the easy part. Getting 2 logs
and interleaving them whilst preserving all the functionality of the
log dialog sounds like a potential mess.
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